Buckhorn Island State Park — Woods Creek Topo Map

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Buckhorn Island is an 895-acre parcel of meadow, woods and marsh separated from Grand Island by Burnt Ship Creek and Woods Creek. You can explore this Important Bird Area on foot via the Long Trail or hop in your kayak or canoe for a water-level view from Woods Creek and the Burnt Ship Creek marsh. Bring along the fishing gear if you want to catch dinner while birdwatching. Birds Likely Seen: Gulls, ducks, geese, woodpeckers, nuthatches, herons, and chickadees.
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Grand Island, New York

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